• Disaster Management
    Kolkata. From the region wise analysis, it is clear that northern region of India is faced with problems of avalanches, landslides, floods, drought and earthquakes because this region fall under the seismic zones III to V. The Eastern region is confronted with the heavy floods in the perennial rivers...
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  • Implementation and Protection of Human Rights
    victims of this crisis just ten days after the disaster took place. It was one of their main priorities as the memory of the earthquake and the destruction which followed were powerful recollections of pain, fear and suffering, and had to be dealt with in either group situations (charlas) or through...
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  • English
    appear everywhere in the world, and people really believe in their quality. However, Japan is not loved from nature because it is always victims of disasters; especially it was born earthquake and tsunami in this year. This essay talks about the moment after earthquake and tsunami occurred, and the...
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  • Disaster
    , providing it happens to other people. Disaster boosts TV ratings and sells newspapers. As we absorb the results of a civil war, a famine, an earthquake, a tsunami, a hurricane, an air crash, we tend to put ourselves in the position of the victims and wonder how we would react. In such situations...
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  • doctors without borders topic
    wanted, they wouldn’t ask for money. It may be a natural disaster, as what happened in Chile with the devastating earthquake of 2010, a lack of food or health emergency, like a starvation or an epidemic, an armed conflict, or a problem of displaced for political reasons, which can convert an entire...
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  • Crisis Management in Tourism Destination
    Arabian, African and Euroasian, of the Earth’s Crust. In the twentieth century the frequency was the most and by this time Turkey faced 16 devastating earthquakes (Ambraseys and Jackson, 2000). More than 100,000 life casualties were caused and huge devastation of infrastructures was caused. The...
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  • Prosthetic Availability in Haiti
    earthquake, many deaths and injuries occurred due to the poorly built homes and buildings. These accidents happened from the weak infrastructures of buildings and homes collapsing in on the people. Many difficulties faced the injured Haitian survivors. A large amount of the population suffered from a...
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  • Macro Effects of massive Earthquake upon Economic in Japan 2011 to 2013
    Japanese Macro Economy. In comparison, the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami is larger than the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, and it caused nuclear power plant accident which caused serious radiation problem and the huge power outages. It got goes worse and worse, and it will have a quite long...
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  • Qwerty
    Haiti Damon Winter/The New York Times Updated: Aug. 26, 2012 One of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, Haiti in recent years has struggled with problems ranging from near-constant political upheaval, health crises, an annual barrage of hurricanes and the worst earthquake...
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  • Relieving Haiti and Chile- Natural Disasters
    . The main problem that both countries faced sourced from the government. The Chilean government reacted slowly whereas the Haitian government were straight out corrupt. The Haitian government, since it is a poor government, inflated the death toll so as to receive more aid and the surplus aid received...
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  • Business Ethics
    Ethical Issues – Cases 2. Issue 1- Risk management and the Case of Toyota’s auto recall Toyota, one of the most famous car brands known for its quality, faced a crisis in 2009/2010 because of problems with its cars gas pedals, leading to a challenging crisis of the company (Liker 2011). All...
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  • Tourism Crisis
    Earth’s Crust. In the twentieth century thefrequency was the most and by this time Turkey faced 16 devastating earthquakes(Ambraseys and Jackson, 2000). More than 100,000 life casualties were caused andhuge devastation of infrastructures was caused.The earthquake in Izmit took place on 17 August in the...
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  • Philiosophy Outlook
    to be able to regroup, recuperate, and move on. At this day and age we have found out that we can handle most average natural disasters and keep on being productive in our societies. It’s when we’re faced with the most powerful and devastating natural disasters that the flaws in some of our...
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    disaster were made worse by the realization that the states staple crops’, banana, chili and corn, were all lost. It is important to note that the first priority of the Mexican government was to rescue the victims, house, and feed and clothe the refugees and deal with the growing problem of cholera and...
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  • Analysis of Ethical Dilemma
    care to all. In Haiti disaster it was impossible for them to provide care to all who needed. Here the health care workers as well as the victims faced ethical dilemma. The medical team was forced to recognize the fact that the clients who need most urgent care may consume the majority of their...
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  • Disaster
    security, and access to safe and clean water. These are just some examples of what can be achieved when children and young people become aware of their responsibilities and  potential to take an active part in the global efforts to resolve serious problems faced by humanity. Now young people are...
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  • Ap Human Geography 4
    The 03/11/2011 earthquake (preliminary magnitude 8.9) near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, occurred as a result of thrust faulting on or near the subduction zone interface plate boundary between the Pacific and North American plates. At the latitude of this earthquake, the Pacific plate moves...
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  • Troubles Ahead of Three Gorge Dam Project
    , Gaoyang in Hubei Province, was evacuated in July 2008, allowing the reservoir to reach it final height of 175 meters above sea level. The 1,000 or so households in the town were relocated. Problems Faced by People Relocated by the Three Gorges Dam Many others are not happy about the move...
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  • Disaster Management
    , kerala, Tamilnadu. During these natural calamities there has been a colossal damage to the country. Keeping in mind the problem faced by the country while providing relief to the effected people. There is a reqmt to work out the disaster management plan at national level. Disaster Management...
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  • School Shootings
    deadly "trend" of the 90's. Though society has faced other problems that have surrounded the youth of our country , school shootings have had one of the greatest impacts on teenagers living in the 90's. Shootings will happen in the future and so far there is no solution to this problem that faces us....
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